Verdict: Film Critics have given Positive Reviews to Bombay Rose Movie Starring Cyli Khare, Amit Deondi, Anurag Kashyap, Makrand Deshpande.
Bombay Rose Reviews
Ratings: 7.11/10

Score: 87%
Reviews Counted: 30
: 26 | : 4

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Director: Gitanjali Rao
Producer: Anand Mahindra, Rohit Khattar
Writer: Gitanjali Rao
Genre: Romance (Animation)
Release Date: 8 March 2021

Archika Khurana | Times of India: 3.5/5 | 7/10
Overall, the characters are well-written keeping in mind every little detail that is embraced with the traditional animation that gives visual language to the film ... Full Review

Anupama Chopra | Film Companion: - | 8/10
Bombay Rose is a potent mix of reality, imagination and fantasy ... Full Review

Baradwaj Rangan | Film Companion: - | 8/10
It’s a beautiful film. It’s also a film that’s hard to put in a box and say, “This is what it’s all about!” The laziest descriptor you could slap on it is probably “dreamlike”, but the 90-something minutes teem with waking life ... Full Review

The Indian Express: 5/5 | 10/10
An extraordinary visual feast. It is nigh impossible to overstate how gorgeous this Gitanjali Rao film is ... Full Review

Siddhant Adlakha | Polygon: - | 6.5/10
In spite of its narrative failings, which would kneecap most films entirely, Bombay Rose is a stunning visual achievement, and a far cry from the CG-animated fare which tends to garner mainstream attention ... Full Review

JK Sooja | Common Sense Media: 3/5 | 6/10
Bombay Rose is meditatively paced and there's not much to it, but it's visually delivered with color, culture, and beauty ... Full Review

Roger Moore | Movie Nation: 2.5/4 | 7.5/10
A simple parable that's a little hard to follow in a style best-described as under-animated ... Full Review

Tim Brayton | Alternate Ending: 3.5/5 | 7/10
It's so cluttered and messy at character drama that it feels like something is missing... Still, this is an unmistakable aesthetic achievement ... Full Review

James Croot | Stuff.co.nz: 4/5 | 8/10
Poignant, heartwrenching tale of love and loves... via gorgeous hand-painted animation ... Full Review

Randy Myers | San Jose Mercury News: 3/4 | 8/10
Rao's storytelling isn't as strong as the visuals, but it is refreshing to have a new voice telling tales we don't hear about often enough ... Full Review

David Lamble | Bay Area Reporter: - | 7/10
In this beautiful and evocative hand-painted animated feature, a single red rose is the device for three fantastical tales of unsung heroes and impossible loves ... Full Review

Katie Hogan | Zavvi: 4/5 | 8/10
The film itself is beautifully animated, the colour palette dripping in bright and vibrant colours, even in the darkest of moments ... Full Review

Nathaniel Rogers | The Film Experience: C+ | 5/10
Unfortunately the story is lacking ... Full Review

Tom Beasley | Flickering Myth: 2/5 | 4/10
Many of the constituent parts are there, but they never quite cohere and so the result is something that's unfocused and more than a little frustrating ... Full Review

Leslie Felperin | The Hollywood Reporter: - | 6.5/10
Rao demonstrates a lightness of touch and a very Bollywood knack for melodrama and entertainment that should make the work appealing to both domestic and international audiences ... Full Review

Kaleem Aftab | Cineuropa: - | 8/10
It is the animation technique that is the knockout in Gitanjali Rao's Bombay Rose ... Full Review

Guy Lodge | Variety: - | 7/10
Even by the standards of artisan arthouse animation - a realm as far removed from Disney as mumblecore is from Marvel - it's quite a vision ... Full Review

Fionnuala Halligan | Screen International: - | 8/10
A stunningly realised work of animated film-making ... Full Review

Saibal Chatterjee | NDTV: 4/5 | 8/10
Bombay Rose is envisioned and rendered with great skill and artistry, its storyline spoofing Bollywood in a manner that is neither patronizing nor dismissive ... Full Review

Xan Brooks | The Guardian: 3/5 | 6/10
Overstuffed but luminous valentine to the city. Gitanjali Rao’s handcrafted animation is both social-realist drama and sentimental fairytale, with odd flights of fancy ... Full Review

Koimoi: 3.5/5 | 7/10
Every frame is worth a million bucks and takes the level of animation in Indian cinema on a level far higher ... Full Review

FirstPost: 4/5 | 8/10
Every stroke within is a tribute, every note of music a love song, every passing moment in it a chronicle of a time, place or memory that can only be described as indelible ... Full Review

She The People: - | 7/10
Bombay Rose is a beautiful story, told in an equally beautiful manner. Watch it if you want to witness some real art blossoming on your small screens, it won’t disappoint you ... Full Review

The Hindu: - | 8/10
Gitanjali Rao’s animated film goes beyond typical storytelling to explore the many ways one can love and be loved. This film has a lot of re-watch value, given there is just so much packed into it; to the point that you may find yourself living vicariously through the characters and their difficulties ... Full Review

Amy Nicholson | New York Times: - | 5/10
The movie is lovely, but airless and bolted with scraps that barely hold together ... Full Review

Decider: - | 8/10
Bombay Rose asserts that art — specifically the motion inherent in film, dance and musical performance — heals the soul, even in the presence of tragedy, and it’s a lovely, lovely sentiment ... Full Review

Spotboye: 4/5 | 8/10
Bombay Rose is a remarkable achievement in the truest sense. It recreates the heartbeat of Mumbai’s street children and their unvanquished guardians sweeping us into their brave bright lives (never a dull moment) with a flourish and flair that are irresistibly seductive ... Full Review

Collider: C+ | 5/10
While the craft at hand is admirable, the unfocused and overstuffed storytelling makes Bombay Rose feel as more of a calling card promising a bright future, than a great film in its own right ... Full Review

Mashable: 4/5 | 8/10
While the narrative itself lacks any depth, it’s the voice-acting and the gorgeous, hand-painted animation that makes this movie worth a watch ... Full Review

Emma-Jane Betts | The upcoming: 3/5 | 6/10
This is an exceptional animation that leaves a lasting impression on its viewers. The hand-painted visuals and obvious passion for both Indian culture and its people strike a powerful emotional chord, making this Mumbai drama a flawed but unique experience ... Full Review